Currently browsing category

Art

Last updated by at .

Wood Carving Art from Guatemala

Guatemalans have always produced great sculpture and wood carving figures. From the time of Maya all the way through colonial period, Guatemala …

Mosaic Mural of Santiago Apostol

Since Santiago Apostol is the patron saint of Antigua Guatemala, previously Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala, it is no wonder you …

Garden Art: Monkey Sculptures

Business owners take note, how do you take something as mundane as a parking lot and turn it into a delightful experience? …

Garden Art: Rabbit Sculpture

I really like these ceramic sculptures found in the green areas of Santo Domingo del Cerro. I especially like this rabbit. I …

Garden Art: Horse Sculptures

These beautiful and playful sculptures can be found in the green areas of Santo Domingo del Cerro, one of my favorite destinations …

Garden Art: Owl Sculpture

I know that to keep abundant richly verdant mountains in Guatemala we have to have a 6-month rainy season. But, enough is …

Goodbye Photo September 2011

Guatemala’s largest photo festival Foto▸30 is a coordinated effort to have 30 days, the full month of September, dedicated to photography exhibits. …

Garrick

Watching the world-famous mime Tamagochy yanking smiles and laughs from the audience formed around his “maleta de la alegría” (happiness suitcase) I …

Festival Artes Muy Especiales

The rainy season in Guatemala often plays bad jokes on planned events like weddings and cultural activities. Imagine the cultural event planner …

Pearls and Pans

I can almost think of the image above as window conceptual art. The combination of the pearls, the manikins, and the pan …

Marimba Sculpture

Here’s a marimba sculpture found in Santo Domingo del Cerro representing Guatemala’s national musical instrument. How you like it? He aquí una …

Photo Exhibit At Central Park

“Agua, Ríos y Pueblos” is the title of the photographic exhibit on display at Parque Central right now. The “Water, Rivers and …

Ensamble Antiqua

The Santo Domingo del Cerro hosted a Baroque music concert on Palm Sunday, and well, after Nelo’s wonderful work on Processions, perhaps …